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Elliott and Finley are going to attend General Conference in Pittsburgh. Elliott writes to arrange a time of departure. He speaks of Bishop Soule (Bishop of M.E. Church South), who is coming to the meeting to throw confusion into their ranks. He expects that a lot of southerners will attend to annoy them. Elliott suggests that Finley come prepared to meet the attack. Elliott has just written an article on slavery and expects a stir to be made because of it. Abstract Number - 825
Slavery Letters; Church South (MECS); General Conference; Joshua Soule
Elliott, Charles, "Letter from Charles Elliott to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 312.